Congrats on your decision. I use Rossi Axial 120's on two pairs of skis, and I personally feel that they are the best bindings for the money. (personal feeling, not scientific) Smooth release, easy entry in the deep stuff, dependable/predictable. I have a set mounted to a pair of Volkl G4's and I think they are the standard brake set up, but not sure. If its close, you can always just bend the brake a bit to force them to fit. I have always felt that binding decision is a personal preferance, so their really is not 'right' choice, just your choice. You will be happy with the Chubbs out here.
Utah49 likes powder cords, I am not really a fan. They work well for some people. I have had to look for a ski from time to time, if you attack the search with a grid pattern with a composite pole, you can usually find a ski in a few minutes. It usually takes me longer to hike up the mountain in deep snow to where I think my ski is than it does for me to fine it. Either method, you need to be aware of your terrain around you to quickly find a ski. If you do choose to use cords, don't be that guy in line at the lift with 10 feet of neon streaming off his ski. Then get all mad if somebody skis onto them! Enjoy your new boards!